atus in the patients adversely affects them, and studies show that failure to understand the importance of mobilization of the patients leaves them passive n their recovery. It is estimated that hip fractures will increase by 100% by 2026.
The studies conducted on the patient on the hip fracture are some of the problems experienced in the hospitals, and the statistics are based on actual facts and tests that have been carried out. The objective of the study is to determine how the hip fractures can be reduced. It also seeks to determine how quick recovery is enhanced after the fractures have been obtained.
The main objective of this research is to examine whether providing information booklets on mobilization improves early mobility post-surgical repair of hip fracture. The framework involved providing the patients with this booklet then investigating how the patients reacted to it. Did it help with the repair of the bone fractures or not?
The document is relatively current since it was published on 2011. This shows that this is an ongoing current problem, and so the studies conducted are to benefit the current generation to prevent the increase in the cases in the future.
The literature review is organized logically, and it adequately supports the need for the study. The problem is specially stated, and a research carried out to determine how to solve it. The problems that originate as a result of the hip fracture problem are properly analyzed, and solutions are explained logically and the research well stipulated. The results will thus be very conclusive and beneficial.
The author logically presents information on the reliability and validity of the instruments. He states the various methods that can be used which include samples from major urban universities. The patients who took part were at least three days post-surgery for hip fracture. They also used nursing intervention where clinical staff were involved and were educated about the booklet hence they ...
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